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- adj. Somewhat early
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. being somewhat early.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. being somewhat early
Spooky turned in earlyish, but he and I were up until after five discussing ... well, lots.
Then maybe, if we cross in earlyish April, head over to little Alamos for a few days.
Three of Henning Mankell's Kurt Wallander novels have been filmed by the BBC; the first (Sidetracked) will be shown at 9 p.m. on Sunday 30 November and in the USA earlyish next year.
I will watch Viggo in anything, and I'm fond of Cronenberg - earlyish Cronenberg, anyway.
The ITV version, incidentally, features the current Mr Darcy, Matthew MacFaddyn, in an earlyish role as Hareton Earnshaw.
I made the mistake of getting an iPhone earlyish and not waiting for the better 3Gs and the price drop.
Of course that assumes the Senate will pass something, but I think they will sometime earlyish next year. brewmn Says:
It was an earlyish Police gig, in a smallish theatre, maybe about a thousand people.
This may be a mild crud, as I have a scratchy throat, suddenly, so I think I will go to bed earlyish and see if that helps.
Some of my working friends have a Saturday evening thing where earlyish - 8, I think - on every other Saturday evening, they go out for two hours with a group of their friends.
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